Registration continues for Wednesday’s Nebraska Governor’s Ag and Economic Development Summit in Kearney. Terry Branstad, former U-S Ambassador to China and a former governor of Iowa, will give the keynote address.
The state’s premier economic development forum, the Summit this year adds an agricultural focus with presentations on building the state’s broadband infrastructure, growing ag-related exports, supporting entrepreneurship, and growing the workforce.
Governor Pete Ricketts says Nebraska has emerged from the pandemic in a strong position, with the summit bringing together “leaders from across the state to explore ways to build on that momentum and keep Nebraska growing.”
The Ag and Economic Development Summit actually begins tomorrow night with a reception and banquet with Wednesday’s sessions from 8-4:00 CT. Registration both is open at negovsummit.com.